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Avatar m tn If I let a limb dangle, blood pools inside and I feel like the limb is dead almost. My skin constantly feels the veins tugging. What would cause varicose veins to destroy my life like this? They just keep popping up everywhere... I have been to the doctor and taken 5+ blood tests of all sorts, had my heart tested, urine tested, had an abdominal ultrasound, and he found nothing. We've tried nerve medications (lyrica) and had no success.
Avatar n tn but the majority of times blood came out in the sperm, or only after ejaculation during urination, or both in the sperm and the urine. once i woke up without having had sex that week and urinated blood. i tested my blood, sperm, and urine and the only abnormality was a high psa level. my dr said it is very rare and is that high in 40/50 year old. i did a biopsy for prostate cancer and my dr said that everything was ok. after the biopsy, i waqs back to normal.
Avatar m tn I found this advice in a thread from 2009 and sounds similar to what you described. These swollen veins can be due to varicose veins or superficial thrombophlebitis. Penile varicose veins may bruise during sexual intercourse and thus wearing of a condom is highly recommended. Also use of lubricants is recommended during masturbation or during sexual intercourse to avoid bruising the vein. Mondor’s disease is superficial thrombophlebitis of the penis.
Avatar m tn minutes after, i felt the urge of urinating but to my surprise, blood came out together with my urine. there were blood clots which blocked the passage of urine so i always felt unsatisfied whenever i urinate. there were times when i really had the urge but couldnt get it out because something was blocking it. until i got to release the big clot that was blocking my urine by doing the valsalva maneuver (the act of pushing when pooping).
Avatar n tn 6 years ago after intercourse he experienced pain and upon passing his urine it had blood in it. He went to the urologist who did a UA, Exam, IVP and cysto-he told him at that time all was fine and it was a varicose vein that ruptured in the penis. He has been fine till last week when after exericsing he had the urge to urinate and it was all blood. He got home and again urinated blood. the next 3 days have been find-no blood.
Avatar n tn Like all of you, I have this condition, too. For probably 10+ years. It comes on for no apparent reason. I am a very healthy and active 60-year-old woman (feel like 40). I am thin and athletic, take vitamins daily (a good multivitamin with minerals, Super B, Vit C w/rosehips, 1200 mg of calcium + D. I'm also on thyroid medicine (Levoxyl, .075) for hypothyroidism and my TSH is in range and I'm feeling great. I exercise: power walking, push ups, yoga stretches, an occasional run.
Avatar f tn Dr performed an internal ultrasound which showed the pelvic congestion varicose veins all pressing on my uterus. Dr performed a laparoscopy. Found moderate endometriosis and of course, varicocele or large tangle of varicose veins, only on left side, due to nutcracker. Dr removed endo with laser. Dr also used laser ablation on varicocele walls to prevent it from pulling on my uterus. I am now three weeks post laparoscopy. Initially my left kidney hurt, but has since stopped.
Avatar f tn Did they test your sodium level in your blood or a 24 hour urine test for sodium? What about testing your thyroid function & ADH or antidiuretic hormone, which helps regulate water in your body? Did they do a color doppler on your legs to test circulation? Peripheral vascular disease can affect extremities with pain and swelling. My grandma had PVD. Your heart's okay you say, but what about your triglycerides and cholesterol levels?
2831342 tn?1339938734 I woke up with electrical tingling up the front of my legs and varicose veins began to form. Tests for blood flow showed everything was 'normal'. Then the frontal vein in my forehead began to swell too and is causing a very uncomfortable 'full' feeling in my left brow with a feeling of pressure in my left eye and left nasal cavity. My cheek on that side has a numb heavy feeling and the temple on that side seems more sensitive. My left eye seems blurry and dry more so than the right.
4222878 tn?1351290390 When you are trying for a year, there is a lot of emotional stress if you do not conceive. This can delay periods. Since urine test is negative, go for blood HCG estimation. If this is negative, please consult a gynecologist or an infertility expert to find the cause of missed periods and the reason for not conceiving. There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc.
Avatar m tn I've been reading up on this and it seems like it might be Mondor's disease (Blood Clot) or possibly a varicose vein. He has pain from the penis vein to the lower right abdomen, up to where the external iliac vein is. The pain (3/10) is resolved by 400mg ibuprofen entirely. He's had a varicocele and mild varicose veins in his legs for 7 years. Varicose veins run in his family. 3. From masturbation, the foreskin has darkened. Will this be permanent?
Avatar f tn I actually also have PCS syndrome, along with IC etc. PCS is basically varicose veins the Pelvic Region. The blood flow in the region basically backs up in the ovaries, the same way, or at lest it feel like it to me, urine back up in the kidney with a kidney stone stuck in the ureter, (I have lot of stones too). The blood flow usually decreases when we get off our feet and put them up. This is why it is often hard to diagnose.
Avatar n tn Went to docs Wednesday morning and they are running STD tests. However, my urine test came back negative for everything, including presence of white blood cells. Also, prostate check revealed no inflammation. The DR seem skeptical that it was an STD because I had no other symptoms and because it was only 3 days after the sex. I was given a script for Doxy (100mg, 2xDay) - been feeling a little better since then.
Avatar f tn They are very different! PCS is varicose veins in the pelvic region. The blood backs up from the ovaries....
Avatar m tn I just recently started getting a pain in my left butt area that resembles the pain I get with the sciatica I have in my right leg due to a lower back injury. I have had a 24hr urine test, an echo cardiogram, a pulmonary breathing test, countless ekg's and blood work to test my liver and kidneys. Everything is showing up normal. Doctor refuses to give me a stress test as well. He says I have varicose veins and that is why I have the pitted edema.
Avatar n tn My husband has them all over and has never had any trouble out of them.....not liver related. Liver related blood spots are spider veins not pin points. They will look like tiny varicose veins. If things keep botheriung you - visit your DR. It may surprise you how much better you will feel after talking with him. Good luck to you and try not to worry too much - usually the worry and 'dread' is far worse than our actual circumstances........
Avatar m tn Not sure what has caused all of this, but I received oral sex from a girl that possible had oral thrush. Hav had blood work and urine test done and they all come back negative for anything.
Avatar f tn There are various reasons for this like ovum not being formed, polycystic ovary, hormone imbalance, hypothyroidism, local infection, blocked tubes etc. In males it can be infection, STD, varicose veins, hydroceles, poor sperm count, not enough motile sperms etc. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net and without running some basic tests please discuss these possibilities with your gynecologist once.
Avatar m tn I have had varicose veins in my lower right leg most of my life. I'm a 56 year old male. The veins in my leg have gotten worse over time . to the extent of my right leg increasing in size . to the point its almost twice the size in diameter. now I have a large swelling ,which seems to be a large sack of worms containing my left testicular to the point I have trouble finding it .
Avatar f tn No one can figure out where the pain is coming from. I have varicose veins and feel its bein caused by a varicocele. I have a dragging, aching feeling and the pain becomes excruitiating at times. I have had pain develop recently in my pelvis and the shaft of my penis. This problem is really affecting my everyday life.
Avatar n tn and i've been having varicose veins that are painful at times..during my period i experience a more painful back pain.are these things connected?im just worried because im still young and having these complications. i have a cloudy urine and sometimes there's blood on it.should i be worried?sometimes i cant even attend school because i dont feel well and just want to have a hot compress pressed on my back..
Avatar f tn I keep thinking it is a vein or blood vessel issue. I have become very vascular, have varicose veins/ spider veins suddenly and the bruising. I also feel oxygen deprived when I swell a lot.
Avatar f tn fatigue, shortness of breathe at times, poor circulation (hands and feet are always cold even in warm months/developing varicose veins), and occasional dizziness. I started taking subliminal b12 strips because she said I may have pernicious anemia and found that I couldn’t function without them after a while of taking them. I am not sure what to do.
Avatar m tn smoker, heavy social drinker, bit of extra weight round waist, varicose veins, active job, sedentary leisure time. No diabetes in the family , though father had a kidney removed 30 yrs ago due to a stone. Any thoughts? How do I get tested? Appointment 29th, need to know what to do to prepare [e.g urine sample, 24hr collection,stool sample] if my Doc thinks I may need to be evaluated for DM so I don't have to make too may appointments.
Avatar n tn Turns out I have varicose veins that need to removed on my testicles. I also have a lot of blood in my urine. My bladder wall is thickened, but they couldnt get much for results of the bladder through the CT scan because my bladder was decompressed (not sure what that means?) Anyways, onto the topic a little bit better. I went to the urologist on Thursday, and was told that they really think I have a good chance of having bladder cancer.
1408746 tn?1283678948 I found Nutcracker Syndrome and was convinced that I had it. You see, since the renal vein is being compressed, not enough blood flows through it to your heart, so the body compensates by sending the blood downward through the pelvic creating the veriscosities and causing chronic to mild pain. Anyway, although the doctor assured me that I would not have this syndrome, he did listen to my demands to check for it, and I did have it.
Avatar n tn For a long time, I have had problems with varicose veins and oedema, and periodic bouts of phlebitis, so when, a few months ago, I discovered a study was being done on The Naked Scientists forum - see this link: Varicose Veins & IBT Study - I followed some of the links shown there, and realised that this could also help a long term back problem that I have, and other conditions, too. Andrew agreed that I could join in the study group, and I spoke with my doctor about it too.
Avatar m tn I have something similar but no bleeding, at least not yet. Just varicose veins like in the opening of my can see the bulging veins during erection mostly and they look like they are so close that they are about to begin bleeding or have mini ruptures but nothing yet thankfully. I get irritation and such after sex and after peeing in the morning but usually i'm fine. Doc thought it was ok, but i think this is a rare one. I wanted to see what your problem was in the end.
Avatar f tn - minor fluid in hand joints - bursitis in hips - mild hip dysplasia - joint hypermobility - constantly elevated platlet count up to 600 - 80 ANA nucleolar titre (other autoimmune markers were within normal range) - constant but low amounts of blood and protein in urine (one test showed blood was glomular from the kidney) - constant white cells in urine - stage 4 endometriosis and adenomysosis (taking hormone replacement therapy and have had 5 surgeries) - intersistal cystitis - severe va
Avatar n tn Hematuria is the most common. Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. Often, the blood can be seen with the naked eye (a condition called gross hematuria). Blood may also be present in microscopic amounts, detectable only by urinalysis. Hematuria occurs in sixty percent of patients. Pain is a symptom in forty percent of cases. The pain is felt in the lower back, just below the ribs, and is constant.